Meeting unmet medical need

Our pipeline reflects our accelerated focus on discovery, application and commercialisation of new biomolecules within the spheres of alternatives to antibiotics and existing weight management and liver health interventions. Our novel approaches are targeted at current human and animal health issues that have significant economic impacts.

Resistance to existing antibiotic treatments is one of the largest challenges of the 21st century. Failure to develop viable, effective, safe and affordable alternatives to existing antibiotics has significant health, wellbeing and economic implications for individuals and societies alike. Our focus on development of novel non-antibiotic antimicrobial measures is aimed at surmounting these challenges, particularly in rare diseases.

Weight management and liver health is a further area that is attracting the attention of organisations such as the World Health Organisation. These are set to place huge burdens on healthcare systems unless we can find ways to overcome them.

Meeting unmet medical need

Our pipeline reflects our accelerated focus on discovery, application and commercialisation of new biomolecules within the spheres of alternatives to antibiotics and existing weight management and liver health interventions. Our novel approaches are targeted at current human and animal health issues that have significant economic impacts.

Resistance to existing antibiotic treatments is one of the largest challenges of the 21st century. Failure to develop viable, effective, safe and affordable alternatives to existing antibiotics has significant health, wellbeing and economic implications for individuals and societies alike. Our focus on development of novel non-antibiotic antimicrobial measures is aimed at surmounting these challenges, particularly in rare diseases.

Weight management and liver health is a further area that is attracting the attention of organisations such as the World Health Organisation. These are set to place huge burdens on healthcare systems unless we can find ways to overcome them.